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1

What is the difference between sexual difficulty and sexual dysfunction?

It is a dysfunction if it is causing clinical distress

2

A sexual dysfunction must be experienced in _______ cases of sexual activity

almost all or all
(75-100%)

3

What are the four male sexual dysfunction disorders?

1. Male hypoactive sexual desire disorder
2. Erectile disorder
3. Delayed ejaculation
4. Premature ejaculation

4

What are the three female sexual dysfunction disorders?

1. Female sexual interest/arousal disorder
2. Female orgasmic disorder
3. Genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder

5

Risk factors for Erectile Disorder include:

- smoking
- obesity
- hypertension
- diabetes
- sedentary lifestyle

6

Orgasm in females is a ______ rather than _______ response

learned, automatic

7

What are the differences between psychogenic vs organic erectile dysfunction?

Often sudden onset vs gradual deterioration

Preservation of morning/nocturnal erections vs decrease in morning/nocturnal erections

Achieve erection with masturbation vs no erection with masturbation

May be partner-specific vs no loss of libido?

younger patient vs presence of comorbid conditions

8

Sexual ________ should be promoted despite functional challenges

intimacy

9

Biochemical aids for female sexual dysfunctions have not really progressed as often these issues are ...

closely linked to psychological issues, relationship satisfaction

10

For genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder, the combination of __________, __________, and _________ is often very helpful

1. Kegel exercises and vaginal weights
2. Vaginal lubricants
3. Vaginal moisturisers

11

What are sensate focus exercises?

Non-goal-oriented physical intimacy exercises - takes the pressure off performance and achieving orgasm